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LinkNYC Makes Walking More Interesting

Whether you've an urban history buff, or just a passer-by, site specific NYC histories are coming to a kiosk near you

Big Greens + Enviro Justice Support NYC Fossil Fuel Suit

Help Wanted: Climate Campaigner

Greenpeace is hiring a Climate Campaigner to work with supporters + allies across the country. The Campaigner will work with our experts in communications, research + digital to craft campaigns + interventions that change the conversation on climate + spur action at the highest levels of government + corporations to secure a just, green and peaceful future for all.


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Science At Work: Coping With Error

Authors of a a scientific paper which found oceans warming much faster than predicted, acknowledge underestimating uncertainties in their conclusions

African Cities At 'Extreme' Climate Risk

86 of the world’s 100 fastest-growing cities are in Africa, experts warn of grave climate change impacts

Switzerland: No Escaping Climate Disruption

In The Carbon Age

These POPS Are For You

NYC's Privately Owned Public Spaces often fall under the radar screen, here's a way to find them+ engage

Clean Water - Still A Work In Progress

With its old school pipes, NYC combines sewage + rainwater for disposal, so rainy days mean spills of untreated waste. The City is working for an answer that will meet State regulators standards + satisfy community concerns

Concrete Carbon Solutions

Concrete, one of the world's big CO2 emissions sources, could be reengineered to absorb + store this GHG

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You Can Lead A Horse To Data…

Turning Data Into Action is a report on a mission. That mission is turning data about building energy use into actions resulting in significant building energy savings.

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Stuart BrodskySnapshot

WeWork's Opportunity to Stimulate Environmentally Sustainable Market Transformation in Office Property Markets

When a company such as WeWork holds a dominant positon among its supply chain and stakeholders, it has the potential to be an effective and innovative advocate for change...

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In the Media

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Around Town
NYPL Conversations From The Cullman Center
10 Dec
Deborah Coen talks about her new book, Climate in Motion: Science, Empire, and the Problem of Scale, with Daniel Kehlmann. Looking back to the nineteenth century, Coen uncovers the roots of modern climate science in the politics and growth of the Hapsburg Empire.
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